Found November 29, 2011 on
Let’s give it up for charity folks. While we hope you had a great Thanksgiving always remember that there are millions of people out there in need and if you can help out in any way, it’s always nice to. Last week the Lakers Girls did a little helping of their own.
The Laker Girls and the Tournament of Roses Rose Queen and Rose Court joined volunteers Tuesday at Foothill Unity Center’s annual holiday food distribution event to pass out the makings of a Thanksgiving feast to needly local families.
Held at the Arboretum in Arcadia, the center expected to give away boxes that included meat and all the trimmings to more than 1,500 families who registered for the drive.
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